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Karen Brune Mathis is the editor of the Daily Record

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Triforce Development intends to buy property along Southside Boulevard to develop Tinseltown Plaza, a retail center for up to six tenants that will include the area’s first Soupa Saiyan Asian Noodle Bar restaurant and the seventh Kazu Sushi Burrito.

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UniFirst Corp. won approval to build a $6 million industrial laundry facility in Northwest Jacksonville in the Perimeter West Industrial Park.

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Yulee-based Rayonier Inc. bought about 18,000 acres of timberland last week in St. Johns and Flagler counties for almost $24 million.

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Miller’s Ale House intends to take over the closed Buca di Beppo location at The Avenues mall in South Jacksonville.

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VyStar Credit Union intends to buy the SunTrust Tower Downtown and move its headquarters and up to 700 employees into the 23-story building.

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The Shopping Center Group announced Tuesday it represented the seller in the $10.8 million sale of Regency Plaza along Atlantic Boulevard near Regency Square Mall.

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Panera Bread might take over the stand-alone building that formerly housed Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar in East Arlington near Queen’s Harbour Yacht & Country Club.

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JinkoSolar Holding Co. Ltd. is hiring and filing the paperwork needed to launch its Jacksonville manufacturing plant, according to city and state records and a company executive.

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Untuckit announced it will open its first Jacksonville store Wednesday at St. Johns Town Center.

Catalyst Development Partners of Atlanta said Tuesday it will break ground in June to build the 147-unit luxury Home Street Apartments, also referred to as the San Marco Apartments, although the name will change.

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Town & Country Shopping Center in Arlington will take on a new look after part of it is demolished at University Boulevard and the Arlington Expressway and another part is leased to a church.

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An unidentified information technology company seeks incentives to create more than 100 jobs in Jacksonville and initially lease space Downtown.

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More eTown and nearby development is surfacing for the more than 1,000-acre project primarily east of Interstate 295 and Florida 9B.

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A closed Springfield Boys & Girls Clubs center will be converted into the Citi Teen Center, possibly to open in January, to anchor the corner of Liberty and 10th streets.

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Two buildings totaling about 12,000 square feet of retail space are planned on two acres near the Hyatt Place hotel along Town Center Parkway. 

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